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Karate and Martial Arts Instruction Terms to Know

There are numerous styles of martial arts that are practiced worldwide. Some of which are karate, jiu jitsu, wich chun, and hapkido. As you may know, these martial arts originated in different countries, and are currently taught in schools of self defense across America. Many of them employ kicks, punches, unique blocks, and striking techniques. Since these art forms were originally started as forms of combat, they incorporate various weapons as well. Below you will find a few helpful terms that may expand your understanding of martial arts instruction.

  • Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu – A martial art that originated in Brazil, and focuses on ground fighting, as well as grappling. It was derived from traditional Japanese jiu jitsu, and is now commonly used in mixed martial arts events.
  • Wing Chun – This is a form of traditional Chinese kung fun that focuses on simple movements and powerful striking techniques. Close range combat, some grappling, low kicks, and vertical straight punches are all used in this style.
  • Kwoon – A training hall or school used for Chinese self defense instruction. This includes styles like Shaolin Long Fist, Choy Lee Fut, Wing Chun, and Tai Chi Chuan. The Japanese version of a kwoon is typically referred to as a dojo.
  • Sifu – A teacher or instructor of kung fu and Chinese martial arts. This is what students are told to address the teacher as. In Japanese styles like karate and judo, the teacher is referred to as a sensei.
  • Mook Jong – Also referred to as a wooden dummy, this is a training device used in styles like Wing Chun kung fu. It is often made from teak or oak, and has two upper arms, one lower arm, and a single leg. Various techniques and combinations can be applied to the mook jong.
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    Far East Fitness NW
    8190 W Deer Valley Rd, Peoria, AZ 85382
    Martial arts instruction in Kung Fu, Tai Chi, self defense, kick boxing and fitness available in youth and adult classes. Private instruction with a personal trainer is also available.
    (623) 825-9060
    Arizona Karate Association
    6326 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85014
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    (602) 274-1136
    User Review: "This is a traditional shotokan karate dojo. The chief instructor is shojiro koyama, 8th dan. The school has a focus on..." - Joseph (AZ)
    Arizona Family Karate Academy
    822 E Union Hills Drive, Suite D2, Phoenix, AZ 85024
    Hone your self-defense skills and discipline with karate classes at Arizona Family Karate Academy. We are a top-notch martial arts center based in Phoenix, AZ.
    (480) 757-4392
    Khalid's Martial Arts Academy
    5270 N 59th Ave Ste 9, Glendale, AZ 85301
    (623) 931-8684
    Arizona Shotokan Karate
    5815 W Glendale Ave, Glendale, AZ 85301
    (623) 937-6162
    Az Martial Arts Academy
    12244 N 51st Ave, Glendale, AZ 85304
    (602) 978-2978
    Glendale Taekwando Academy
    5820 W Greenway Rd, Glendale, AZ 85306
    (602) 993-7500
    United Kung Fu
    8279 W Lake Pleasant Pkwy, Peoria, AZ 85382
    (623) 972-7900
    Atkinsons Martial Arts Inc
    8510 W Deer Valley Rd, Peoria, AZ 85382
    (623) 825-3656
    Sunrise Taekwondo
    5830 W Thunderbird Rd Ste B11, Glendale, AZ 85306
    (602) 978-0242
    Self Defense Associates
    8734 W Turney Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85037
    (623) 877-1192
    USA Oyama Karate
    7116 N 35th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85051
    (602) 973-1661
    United Martial Arts
    12409 W Indian School Rd Ste A111, Avondale, AZ 85392
    (623) 535-5517
    Starworld Martial Arts
    13514 W Merrell St, Avondale, AZ 85392
    (623) 535-3773
    A Ta Black Belt Academy
    3602 W Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85019
    (602) 272-5733

    Karate and other martial arts are taught all over the world. Many people choose to train in a self defense system in order to be better able to defend themselves. These combat styles come from many different countries, including jiujutsu, kung fu, tai chi, and Korean arts like taekwondo. Nowadays, many studios and schools teach mixed martial arts, which have gained significant popularity from televised sporting events. Regardless of the martial art of self defense style you get involved with, the key is having a great instructor who knows what they are doing. After all, if the aikido, kick boxing, or karate instructor is not qualified, you may not learn the martial art correctly. Some of the things you can expect in a self defense school or studio are sparring, training drills, weapons instruction, and various belt levels. No matter what class, dojo, or martial arts club you get involved with, the core focus is typically learning the style properly. Fortunately, there are some schools that offer separate classes for beginners and kids. This way, the teacher can focus more on the individuals who require more help with the combat art. In this day and age, the best way to acquire all sorts of data pertaining to martial arts is by surfing the web. There are in-depth sites for pretty much any style you have in mind. It is important when you seek out this information to use the key terms that pertain to the style you are interested in.
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